Marcelo Aron Fetzner Keniger
I am a PhD student in the Astronomy and Astrophysics group at the University of Warwick. My supervisors are David Armstrong and Matteo Brogi. My research focuses on developing a novel method for measuring the amount of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere by using astronomical spectroscopic observations.
I got my MSc in Astronomy from Aarhus University, Denmark, where I was supervised by Simon Albrecht and worked alongside Emil Knudstrup. My thesis involved analysing the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect in selected systems and trying to obtain improved obliquity measurements by employing what is historically known as the Doppler tomography or Doppler shadow method.
Besides that, I'm also interested in detection and characterisation of exoplanets, the study of Solar System objects, climate sciences and astrobiology.